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Tuesday - February 14, 2012 03:26:45 PM
SeaView Lures showcases Molotow Premium

This my friends is a classic "Candy Coat" technique. You can do this on cars, bikes and of course Lures! Silver Dollar with Transparent Blue Overlay is money my friend. Be sure when using the transparents and clear coats to use the Silver Dollar only and not any Chrome paints. When you Clear Coat Chrome the pigments will congeal and it will not have the same luster. This does not happen with the Silver Dollar. Why exactly?? IDK but You can thank the wizards at Molotow for making the most perfect base for Candy coats. I have also done this with Fix Gear bikes and have blown People away with it.


Signal Yellow over Silver Dollar.


This is very similar to the first one except there is a small layer of black layed down before the blue is applied.



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On Wednesday - February 15, 2012 06:31:58 PM -- Quick draw mcgraw wrote:
great tip, everyone's down with candy paint.
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